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Stagecoach

Donation of £750 from Stagecoach provides kit for Chichester Girls Under 14’s team

05 Oct 2018

Chi Ladies FootballStagecoach South is proud to be supporting Chichester City Under 14’s Whites Girls Football Club with a donation of £750 to enable to club to purchase their 18/19 kit.

 

The local team who are currently placed 4th in the Sussex County Womens and Girls Football league is formed of 15 girls from around the Chichester area, their home ground is based within Chichester College.

 

Stagecoach Marketing Manager, Stacey Churton says ‘It’s great to be supporting the girl’s team, helping to raise awareness of women’s football in the area and encourage more to the game. Here at Stagecoach we’re really passionate about supporting community teams and initiatives and due to our close proximity to the club it was a perfect fit!’

 

Matt Wright, Chichester City Ladies youth chairman said “‘Stagecoach have been a fantastic supporter of Chichester City Ladies and Girls football club for the past few seasons. They truly embody the community spirit we try and enforce throughout our club. To have them sponsor our under 14s this season is outstanding. We hope that both the club and Stagecoach will continue to provide an amazing service to the local community